Cranial Sacral Therapy (CST)
Cranial Sacral Therapy started being researched by osteopath Dr William G Sutherland in the 1930s. Dr. John Upledger, an osteopath developed Cranial Sacral Therapy much further. Today, it is being widely researched and developed. It is moving towards being main stream.
Gentle relaxing and non-invasive hands on therapy to the fully clothed body. It is compatible with most any other form of health care you may be having.
Cranial sacral therapy can help release restrictions, sustained tensions and deep seated stress, pressures and sustained tension resulting from trauma and PTSD like energies left behind that can contribute to low back pain, sciatica, hip joint pain, SI joint pain, TMJ pain, tinnitus, head aches, neck pain, shoulder pain, frozen shoulder, carpal tunnel, chronic tensions, poor sleep, residual effects of concussions, mystery pain, and general discomfort. Releasing certain restrictions that are often not addressed can be key to helping all problems mentioned above and others as well.
CST assessment techniques can enable me to identify within one visit what restrictions may be contributing to pain, stress, and discomfort and begin a process to releasing them. A process of getting problems resolved or significantly improved through cranial sacral therapy often moves along quickly.
CST also offers techniques for releasing sustained pulling, stress, and tensions left behind by injuries, frights and threats, emotional trauma, residuals effects of concussions, restrictions and tension left in the cranial sacral system, meninges and neural tissues. Along with using CST, PTSD stress energies get reduced.
Research that Osteopathic doctors have been conducting include most notibly, Dr William Garner Sutherland and Dr. John Upledger.